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 By Dan Rudy    News    April 13, 2017

Tempers flare during constituency visit

Petersburg was paid a visit by longstanding United...

 

Historic warehouse owners stabilize foundation

Work is underway to stabilize the foundation and e...

 

Living wills to be explained April 19

The Petersburg Medical Center will provide the public a time to create a living will using the Five...

 

Seasonal bat survey being conducted in Southeast Alaska

PETERSBURG (AP) – A group of volunteers from five southeast Alaska communities is working to docum...

 

Yesterday's News

April 13, 1917 - W.E. Worth came in last Saturday from Whale Pass, where he had been employed for th...

 

Letters to the Editor

Fluoridation proven safe To the Editor: The safety and effectiveness of community water...

 

PMC hosts medical student

Mariya Kochubey from University of Washington...

 

Police respond to disturbance at school

Police made contact with a man shouting vulgarities and making offensive hand gestures in front of...

 

Senate approves $70M land grant for Petersburg Borough

PETERSBURG, Alaska (AP) – Alaska lawmakers have approved legislation that increases the size of...

 

Police reports

April 5 — A theft was reported on Vesta St. Police provided assistance at the Papke’s Landing...

 

Correction:

The graphic showing a summary of the Board of Equalization decisions at their April 3 meeting...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    April 13, 2017

Pink numbers expected up in 2017 forecast

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game released...

 

PHS science team places 8th in competition

Petersburg's National Ocean Science Bowl Team trav...

 

2017 Southeast Alaska troll chinook salmon quota

SITKA - The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced April 10 that under Chinook salmon...

 

Net pen grounded for repairs near Sandy Beach

Early Tuesday morning the Southern Southeast...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    April 13, 2017

Fish Factor: In 2018, Electronic Monitoring can replace human observers

Automation is coming to Alaska fishing boats in the form of cameras and sensors to track what’s...

 

Alaska scientist blames toxins for 2016 puffin die-off

JUNEAU (AP) – An Anchorage-based scientist says paralytic shellfish poisoning is to blame for the...

 

Divers find natural gas pipeline leak in Alaska's Cook Inlet

ANCHORAGE (AP) – Repair work is underway for a pipeline that has spewed hundreds of thousands of...

 

Juneau approves another $100,000 for cruise ship lawsuit

JUNEAU (AP) – The city of Juneau has decided to put up another $100,000 to defend itself in a...

 

Celebrating Spring at the Stikine River Birding Festival

WRANGELL – The Stikine River Birding Festival celebrates the spring arrival of migratory birds,...

 
 By Dan Rudy    Sports    April 13, 2017

Petersburg wins derby home bout in close match

The Ragnarök Rollers hosted their last bout for...

 

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